April 19, 2019

Brave: the Privacy Browser Which Rewards Users Tokens As You Browse

Like many of you out there, you might be a Chrome browser addict, with Chrome usually being adopted as your main browser of choice for its convenient integration with Google services, extensions, and syncing across devices. But what if you could have a browser similar to your current Chrome one, but with faster […]
December 24, 2018

Is It Safe To Use Hotel Wifi In This Age Anymore?

The holiday season brings about much travelling for many, and with that a lot of airport or hotel hopping about. As a traveller, you may often find yourself ready to be connected to the nearest Wifi connection you can get your hands on for the sake of sending a message back home, or […]
July 19, 2017

Server maintenance from 19 to 21 July

There will be a short outage between 5 to 15 minutes on each server from UTC 3:00 a.m. 19 July to UTC 3:00 a.m. 21 July due to a minor security patch being applied to all the servers. We apologise for any inconvenience in advance.
June 12, 2017

Security Update of OpenVPN

To all our users, between December 2016 and April 2017, OpenVPN 2.4.0 was audited for security vulnerabilities and the primary findings were two remote denial-of-service vulnerabilities. These have been fixed in OpenVPN 2.4.2. We have updated our GUI to the latest OpenVPN 2.4.2 and would like to advise everyone who is using our […]
November 30, 2015

BolehVPN not affected by “Port Fail” IP Leak vulnerability

There has been a vulnerability dubbed “Port Fail” revealed by Perfect Privacy that allows an attacker to reveal a person’s true IP address where the VPN provider has port forwarding enabled. This affected some of the largest VPN providers in the world including Ovpn.to, nVPN, and Private Internet Access (PIA). We would like […]
May 22, 2015

BolehVPN not vulnerable to Logjam DHE vulnerability

VPN Implications A couple of alarming findings have emerged namely the Logjam DHE Flaw. News reports claims that up to 66 percent of the VPN servers can be vulnerable to eavesdropping by nation-states if they use a DHE key exchange with a key that is 1024-bit or smaller. This means using huge computational […]
February 21, 2015

Lenovo installed malware into your laptop that breaks your web security

Lenovo recently admitted that it was installing software called Superfish in customer’s laptops that were sold between September 2014 and January 2015 although we understand that ThinkPads were unaffected. Superfish sought to improve customer’s shopping experience by analyzing  the images you see during your browsing sessions and scours more than 70,000 stores to […]
February 21, 2015

Protecting your Data while in transit and in the cloud

Most IT users are familiar with antiviruses and spyware. What is often overlooked is the security of their data which they transmit and store online trusting the default technologies or the security of the companies that provide these services. Transmission of Data Online Anytime we use a public wi-fi connection or connect to […]